Here is the super moon shortly before it turned into the super blood wolf moon!
Yesterday morning. At this point, they had already knocked down my flash on camera right, and within a couple of frames, they would knock down my fancy LIDAR (like laser) trigger system. Too bad as the sky really lit up after this.
So last night I moved my camera trap setup to in front of the waterhole at my upper blind. This fox was sure curious.
Here is another one from my overnight camera trap setup.
I added a couple of flashes to my camera trapping setup and put it out at my waterhole at night. It was busy with gray fox and javelina!
The flash left a little bit of a ghost image due to the sync rate – next time will go to high speed sync! This was also with a remote camera trap.
I was having fun yesterday with some camera trap photography – this was captured with a wide-angle lens about 2 feet from the birds. Come learn camera trapping from me!
Spent another evening last night in one of the photography blinds. The bright red male receives all the love, but the female cardinal is a beautiful bird as well!